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[Updated 06:40 14/04/2021]
Much of the UK stays dry today but there will be some showers around. Temperatures remain disappointing for mid April. The next couple of days won't see much change, although the risk of showery rain increases in the south east for a time. This weekend wet weather may push into the north and west.
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Wednesday begins mainly dry and there has been a quite a widespread frost. In much of the north temperatures are below freezing point. Through the day showers bubble up, with the heaviest ones probably in southern Britain. In the afternoon sunshine it should feel quite pleasant, but it remains chilly for mid April.
Maximum temperatures range from 7C (45F) to 13C (55F). See the rain radar for the latest view.
Tonight showers fade away and a widespread frost develops. The lowest temperatures are expected to be in the north and particularly the Scottish glens.
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Tomorrow there is a risk of heavy showers pushing southwestwards over East Anglia and south eastern counties. Elsewhere an isolated shower is possible, but it should be mainly dry and bright. After a cold start afternoon temperatures will be a similar to today's in the west, but a little lower under cloudier skies in the east.
Friday is looking dry in virtually the whole of the country, with just a risk of an odd shower in central and south eastern England. Temperatures may continue to edge upwards.
During the weekend wet weather probably spreads across much of the north and west. Central and eastern parts of England are likely to be mainly dry.
On Monday the risk of wet weather continues in the north and west. Through Tuesday a fading band of rain clears southeastwards to leave dry conditions across the UK.
GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 16:00 Sunday, 18th April
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